Division of Kinesiology and Health

College of Health Sciences

Emily Schmitt, Assistant Professor, Division of Kinesiology and Health.Emily Elizabeth Schmitt, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor


(307) 766-5286

Science Initiative Building, 3228





Dr. Schmitt’s research aims to better understand the mechanistic underpinnings of how exercise can re-align disrupted circadian by studying a) the cellular and molecular mechanisms associated with circadian disruption in central and peripheral tissues; and b) how the misaligned molecular clock leads to disease. 

Curriculum Vita



  • Post-Doctoral T-32 Research Service Award Fellow in Toxicology, Texas A&M University (2015-2018)
  • Ph.D. Exercise Physiology, Texas A&M University (2015)
  • M.S. Clinical Exercise Physiology, University of North Carolina at Charlotte (2009)
  • B.S. Exercise/Sport Science, Elon University (2007)



  • KIN 3021, Physiology of Exercise
  • KIN 5586: Advanced Exercise Physiology
  • WWAMI, Block Lead: Cancer, Hormones, and Blood 


Contact Us

UW Division of Kinesiology and Health

Corbett Building 119

Laramie , WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-5284

Email: kines@uwyo.edu

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